1998-99 Pomona College Orchestra Repertoire
The Pomona College Orchestra presents four full-length programs each season. In the four years of a typical college career, a huge amount of music can be explored. As always, the orchestra's repertoire includes music from the Eighteenth, Nineteenth, and Twentieth Centuries, with some well known masterworks and other pieces that few musicians ever get the chance to explore.
Eric Lindholm was on leave from the College during the Spring 1999 semester. The orchestra's two programs in Spring 1999 were led by Gregory Magie.
- Barber -- Adagio for Strings
- Beethoven -- Symphony #6 in F major, "Pastoral"
- Copland -- A Lincoln Portrait
- Dukas -- The Sorcerer's Apprentice
- Dvorák -- "Song to the Moon" from Rusalka (Martha Kate Lind, soprano)
- Grieg -- Piano Concerto in A minor (Helen Wong, piano)
- Handel -- Zadok the Priest (with the Pomona College Choir, Donna M. Di Grazia, conductor)
- Mahler -- Totenfeier
- Milhaud -- La création du monde (The Creation of the World)
- Mozart -- Mass in C major, "Coronation" (with the Pomona College Choir)
- Poulenc -- Concert champêtre (Bill Peterson, harpsichord, faculty guest soloist)
- Shostakovich -- Symphony #1 in F minor
- Wagner -- Overture to The Flying Dutchman
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